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THE EVENING ITEM. Vol. I. DAYTON, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1890. The Lr.wyer Knocked Out. .,,THE SILVER BILL ·Passed By the Senate Yesterday I ano, was p;·c.<<'nr.0 0 w tfl;; pr<•~l.:cmt. / The prr,id<•nl re<·eivcd him with a few titting n•JJ1ark, a,nd the u 'ual formalities w<>re gone tltrough with. Owing to the abscncl' from the city of ~Ir. Blaine, the presentation was made by acting ·ccre· tary Alvey A. Adell. COLLISION Of a Large Excursion Train Reprc5ent~tive Mason tells a "court yarn," the incidents of which occurred while l:ic was au attorney in Iowu. ?.la· son appeared as c·uuu~-;,1 for the defend:. rnt. While cairazed in delivering bis argument an olu countryman entered the court am! took a seat next to the panel of jurors. Mason naturally directed his attention frequently to tb6 furthest man from him, ns he thought, in the jury. This happcuetl to be the venerable man fro111 the country. Glar· . ; "ON A PARTY VOTE OF 89 YEAS AND 26 NAYS. Senator Plumb Thinks It Will Give l1• Twice as Much Silver as We Now Get ··Senator Vance Said the Lamb Was · Inside the Lion··General Washington News. _,· Senate. WASHINGTON, July 11.-Aftcr Sena.tor ' Morgau's long speech in opposition to · the. C<?I1ference report on the silver bill, · Senator Call took the floor and made a short speech also in opposition. He wa.s was followed by Senator Plumb, .who, al· though he would much prefer free coin· age of silver, bel ieves this bill is a long step in the right direction, and that this a ct will lllake a large and valuable add!· tion to th.c circulating medium of the countr~·. ';The question now,'' said the senator, Is, "shall we have this or nothing, and suft'.ering as we are for a money supply, I am wil)ing to accept this for the time being. It is a great improvement over the act Of 1878, and although 'it may be we won't get all the silver in the world, . WP. slrnll get more than twice as mach as we now are getting, and I believe this act will so commend itself to the people and prove so 11clpful to the country tnat the step between this and free coinage will be a very short one." After Senator Plumb, Senator Vance spoke in opposition . He said: "The difference between this and the bill as it passed the senate is, that one ls for the peo- 1Jle and the other is for miners and silver ·d'ealcrs of the country. This will not add a dollar to the silver certificates of the country, this question of coinage ls . le!t to the discreation of the secretary of the treasury and we kuow what that 1 means, by.what they have done for twenty . years. I find in the question the lion has laid down with the lamb, and a.11 usual the lamb is inside of the lion-." After ~Qnator Vance finished the sen· ate drilled into a general discL1ssi0n, j)articipatc<;l in by senators on both sides of the chamber. Senator Dolph said he should vote for · the ,bill, but not for the reason some of the other senators had given, bllt because iMtcad of co11$idering it a step toward !roe coinage he thought It something far r0moved from it, though in his opinion there is just a possibility of reaching it yet. Senator Teller-I have noticed that those who express most fear of free coin· a.gc are those most ignorant of the que8· tion. The $enator from Oregon (Dolph) knows there is no opportunity for free coinage this session, and won't be till after the people arc hea.rd from. Senator Blair-There is nothing so good for a sick man as to take his med!· cine. 'He created a laugh by an allusion to the different reasons of senators for supporting the measure, showing that some voted for it because it is not in favor o! free coinage, while others sup· port it bccnusc it i , and finished by saying: "I shall vote for it, but here, nor el~cwherc, shall I give a r eason for doing ·so." · A vote \Vas then taken, resulting in a strict p~rty vote· of 39 yeas to 26 nays. Atljourned at six o'clock. Concerning the Bouucla:-y Strip. WAHlllNGTox, July 11.-The secretary o! state is informed tiuit the )Iexican government will is~uc no further per· mi ts to aliens to acquire r0al PState within twenty leagurs of the f1011tier until tho boundary bct,1·ccn the two rPpublics shall have been fimLlly adjusted. To Enlar~ Robert College. WASirDIOTO::i' , July 11.-Thc secretary ot state is informed thttt the desired order granting permission of the Tnrkish government for the enlargement of Robert college, on t.hc llosphorns, has been grnn tcd. New Tennessee Bank. WAsm::><GTO:\', July 11.-The comp· trollcr of the treasury has authorized the First Natioual lmnk of Da ,yton, Tenn., to commenre bu:;iness with a capital of $50· 000. Owen Scott for Congress. LINCOLN, Ill., July 11.-0wen Scott, of Bloomington, was nominated for congress by the democratic eonYention ot the fourteenth Illinoi' district. Niagara Falls Tunnel. NrAGAIIA ]'ALLS, N. Y., July 11.-The first test-hole, for the purpose of ascertaining the thickness of the different strata of rock which will be encountered in digging the big tunnel, has been com· pleted. 'l'he drill went down 214 feet. At a d epth of 142 feet the drill passed out of the hard gray limestone into hard blue slate, and »t 203 feet it again left blue slate and pass~d back into lime· stone. Preliminary work on the tunnel has been comme11ced, and the ground has been broken for the foundation of a tower from which the Ob$ervations as to the different elevations of land along the proposed route of the tunnel will be taken. It is expected that the formal commencement of the great undertaking wlll be on August 12. Guardinll Against Cholera. PARIS, July 11.-The minister of the interior ha.s issued ordllrS for the rigid enforcement of the decree , signed by President Carnot two weeks ago, direct· ed against the importa~ion of cholera from Spain and France. The importa· tion of fruit and vegetables is strictly forbidden, and special measures are to be taken regarding travelers and merchandise coming from Spain. All the sanitary measures ordered during previous cholera epidemics are to be enforced without fear or favor in France, Algeria. and Tunis. ~~~~~~~-Dust at St. Louis. ST. Lours, Mo., July 11.--This city bas been clouded in dust for the past three days owing to the fact that David Josephy, the sprinkling contractor, has failed for $83,QOO. The citizens are· all grumbling and the city officers dctcrminod to hire sprinkling carts at the rate of $5 per day, a.nd charge the expense to the bondsmen of the contractor. Reoha.bites Elect Officers. WAsmYG'fON, July 11.-The High Tent of Rechablte~ which adjourned at Hagers· town, Md., elected the following officers: W. E. Kitzmiller of Hagerstown, past high chief ruler; R. l\l. Dewey of Washington, D. C., high ch ief ruler; F. T. Skipper of Wilmington, N. C., high deputy ruler; L. H. Patterson of Wash· fngton, high secretary and treasurer. WITII A FREIGHT TRAIN AT PLATT MINES. Twenty.Four Persons Hurt by .Jump. 1ng·-Four Seriously Injured--General News ot'u Day. BmMINGH.,n1, Ala., July 11.-An excursion train containing two hundred and fifty Mississippi business men, col· lidcd with a freight at Pratt mines, on a. branch of the Mineral road. Twentyfour people were hurt by jumping from the cars. For a time there was a panic and many women passengers fainted. The seriously injured are: J. Steine, Bairds, l\Ilss. A. Warmas, Greenville, Miss. J. G, McGnire. Yazoo City, Miss. Geo. Handy, Corona, Miss. Gla.ss Blowers' Wage Scale· BALTmORE, Md., July 11.-The eleven regular comm issioners of the Ame1ican Flint Glass Blowers' union spent the day in arranging a scale of wages for the coming year. It is thought the prices now prevailing will be allowed to stand except where there is any difference be· tween what ls allowed in the eastern and western factories. These prices will be made uniform. The Green Glass Blow· ers' union listened to a personal ex· planatlon of the trouble existing between John Coffee, of Philadelphia, and Grand Master Workman Powderly. Cofl'ee was master workman of District 143. K. of L., aoo coming into conflict with Powderly In some of his ideas was deposed. The men say they will stick by the same scale as last year. ~~~~~~~~ No Further Rioting. Dur.uTn, Minn., July 11.-Everything was quiet last night among the strikers at West Superior, Wis. All the saloons have been closed and the city is under the control of Sheriff Wickstrom, who has sworn in one hundred citizens as special deputies. This force i on guard, and all bands of strikers on the streets have been dlspers<>d. Men were at work at the barge works mid on all other contracts except on Twelfth street. Jealousy and Murder. AVONDA.u;, Ala., ,July 11.-While Samuel Walker was returning from church late with Susie Williams he was waylaid by Rev. Daniel Martin and his head split open. Jealousy was the cause of the' deed. l\farshal Fitigerald in at'· tempting to arrest the murderer was fired upon and wounded. :Martin made good his es_ca_p_e_. _____ _ Beaten to Dea.th. N:g w HAVEN, Conn., July 11.-The dead body of Charles Clinton was found on the sand bar between Savin rock and Waverly grove. He had evtdeutly been beaten to death. Clinton was a man of iutemperate habits and his wife and chi!· dren left him some time ago on that ac· count, The coroner i investigating the matter. Transfer Depot Burned. MASON CITY, Ia., July 11.-The transfer depot and station house at the junction o! the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul and the Iowa Central railways was destroyed by fire. The loss will be heavy. A $100,000 Fire. ing al him, he said: • "Geatlemen of the jury, I want to know bow on carlh this man (referring to the pl:1i11tift' in the cmsc, but stari11g at the supposed juror) ran h:n·e the assurance to corne into courl? What does he w:lnt? What is his business here? 'rVhat is he seeki ng? .Again I demand, gentlemen of tho jury, why is he hero?" These questions were thought by the countryman to be addressed to him. but Mas:m thoucrht the in<lignation written on the features of the country.' man was the result of the u.rgmnent and therefore highly promising for his client. He paused to note the effect of his words on the jury, when the rustic jumped up and howfed: "You want to know what I am here for. you cross-eyed fool? Whnt un 1 lookiu" for in this here court? Well, I'll telf you. you little fat son of a gun! , For three cla,·s I have been here wait· ing for my fees autl nary a red ccnl have I got yet. What am I here for. ! you good-for-nothing animal? Pay me my witness fees, sir, a.nd I'll get out ol , here at once." I The unexpected outburtt "brought down" the house; judge, jury, and law· . yers included. As for Mason, he was j so amazed that the able argument which he had prepared was never con· J cluded.-N. Y. 7.ribune. A Queer Memento. .A. wealthy citizen of Osaka, J apau, who is the owner of a rich copper-mine, 1 has celebrated in a rather peculiar, mnnner the two hundredth nnniversary of the mine coming into the possession of his family. On that occasion each of his ::ioo or more employcs reeeh·ed as a memento of the occasion u. swal· , low-tail cont. The·s~~;;:.-;$~c;;;;jng. LOXDOY, July 11.-A di8p!~IC'h from Constantinople says that tlw eldest son of of the sultan, Hurhan Eddi11-Effendi, will probably pa.y a visit to the United States during the corning fall, by tho direction of his father. The voyap;c will be made on the Turkish Iron-clad frigate Orkan e ih. Tooney Creek's Doom. PIT'l'SBUlW, July 11.-A eomp1Lny with $5,000.000 ca.pita! has been formed to ma.nufauturc a new safety passenger car invented by .John W. Post, which, when made up in a train, forms a continuom steel projectile that ca.n not be <lama.ged. The works will employ 5,000 men a.no will be located at Tooncy Cn·Pk, Pa. Alleged Hospital Misma.nagement. CmcAGO, July 11.-ChargPs of mh;. management and abuse at the 1Iarine hospital have ber.n forwarded to the treasury d epartment at Washington by the Seamen's Assembly of tho Knights of Labor. Louisiana Lottery :Bill Pa.ued. Gold on the Increase . ... ~ ." House. BUENOS AYRES, July 11.-The finan· ·· WASHINGTON, July 11.-The houso cial troubles have reached a climax. after several hours spent in discussion There was a panic in the money market of tho motion to approve the journal, in and a run on tho banks·. Gold is now which Mr. Rogers criticised the rules of quoted at six,pcr cent of $3.20. A depu· the l;J.ouse and the speaker's course in ta.tlon of the reprcseutativcs of foreign ATI.ANTA, Ga., July 11.-The Southern cotton seed oil mills and refinery, near here, were burned. The entil:e building and 200,000 gallons of oil destroyed. Loss, $100,000. BA'£0N ROUGE, La., July 11.-Th(i Louisiana legislature decided that Governor Nichols had no authority to v1:1~0 the lottery bill and ic has now becom1;1 1t law. -------- THE EDUCATORS counting a quorum when110neresponded bankers held a conference with the min- ELECTED OFFICERS AT YESTER-t- 0 the roll call, approved the journal. ister of finance regarding bond currency. DAY'S SESSION. The vote on the motion to agree to the Toucks for ~overnor. conference report on the diplomatic a.p· lIUJtON, S. D., July ll.-Thc inde-proprlatlon bill, which was begun Wednesday but failed by lack of a quo- pendent convention adjourned after put. rum, was taken and the motion agreed to. ting the following 1ickct in the field: H. The senate bill forfeiting unearned L. 'l'ou cks, president Parmers' alliance, Mary E. Nioholson, of Indiana, Gets a Vice-PreaidencY···Superintendent Thayer Sa.ys Keep the Church Out ot the Schools. Food of Wild An!mal11. The foocl of a "Zoo" hippopot1tmus is estimated to be about :WO pounds a day In wei<rl1t. and eon~i .. ;t> ehicth· of hay. grass, ~tnd roots. Tl1t• t!aily j1rnvender of a giritlfo weig-hs al11.nl liftr pounds. The lious nntl tiger> .,:,1ai11 about eight or nine pounds of m""' :i rlo1-. PYTHIAN KNIGHTS land grants in aid of railroads, was again governor; B. L. Vanosdel, Yankton, lieu- ST. PAUL, Minn., July 11.-The third ta.ken up and the discussion which be· tenaat governor; for congress, Fred C. day's session of the National Educational gun Friday was resumed. Zipp , of D ad wood. association was the most important. Tho ELECT G. B. SHAW SUPREME 1 At 5:35 the house adjourned without Mormon Immigrants. first business was the election of officers. , CHANCELLOR. I having reached a vote. NEW Yomc .July 11.-0ver a hundred The following wore cho~e•i:, Presid.ent Grand Display of Fire Work• La.•t Mormon immigrants, en route for Utah, W. B. Garrett., Northv1llo, renn .. vice- Night·-LastDa.vofthe Encampment. . Ex•Secretary McCulloch Better. arrived here. Among them were many presidents S. II. Winfield, .Lawrence, --.-- WASliI'XGTON, July 11. - Hon. Hugh prc~ty girls and women. Their names I Kaa., W. H. II: ~le11dlc, l\fac11son, S. D., I MIL'.l'.A.UKEE, Wis., July 11.-Almost McCulloch, ex-secretary of the treasury, wore taken by the government officers. l\Irs. D. L. W1llmm~ , Delaware, 0., J. immediately after the opening of this is by no means as ill as has been report- . , H. Jfakor. Denver, Col., T. A. Luttrel l. morning's session the members of the ed. Mr. 1\IcCulloch has been a sufferer Jud1re Searing 8 ~?'se Falls. . . l\lonouc, Ark., John l\L Buchanan, Kan· supreme lodge o! the Knights of Pythias from hay fever for a number of years, ?m~'A.Go,,,. J.'.11_Y .. 11~-;l~c sei~sat.10nal sas City, H. 8. Jones, Erie, I>a., Mary E. proceeded to the cloction of officers with but recently it has developed into an suit ol Judoc Sea~mg aoal!ls~ .~iomu:?.nt Nicholson, Indianapolis, J. lJ. Preston, the following result: asthma.tic trouble that is not serious. Dr. members of . the Sc.cond l i i , sl~yt~i i.tn Jackson, l\lich., E. Il.1\IcElroy, Port- Supreme chancellor, G. B. Shaw, Eau Linco!Ji, his physician, says that Mr. Me· church !or crunlnal hbcl, wa dLsmissed land, Ore. , W. C. Fernold. Orange, Me., Claire, Wis.; supreme vice·chtrncellor, W. ' Culloch's condition was not such as to by Justice Illume. 8olomou Pidmcr, Montgomery, Ala., W. Rlackwell, Henderson, Ky.; supreme cause any alarm, and that · he bad not Perkins for Congress. secretary D. LL. Cook, Now Brunswick, prela.te, E.T. Blackmer, 8an Diego, Cal.; thought it necessary to ca.II on him since Lim.Aus, Ia., July 11.-The eleventh treasurer J. M. Greenwood, Kansas City. supreme master exchequer, S. J . Wlllby, Tuesday. His son, Hon. Charles McCul· district congressional convention nom· A board of diJ'octors, consisting of one Wilmingtoa, Del.; supreme keeper re· loch, from Fort Wayne, Ind., has been Jnated George D. Perkins, propri etor of from Pach state, was elected. The event cords and sc>als, R. S. C. ·white, Nash· I here with him. the Sioux City Journal, to succeed I. S. of the morning was Arch-Ilishop John ville, 'l'enu. ; snprcmc' master at arms, G. Graphophone Cylinders are Mail. Strubble. Ireland's addrnss on parochial schools. H. Morrison, Nev<tcla, )lo.: snpr cmo sec· W.A.SUINGTOY, July 11.-In reply to a ' Sick of Exploring. He was ably answered by Superintend- retary endowment l'u11d, W. 13, Kennedy, letter from the postmaster general, in-1 LO:\'DON, July 11.-Iu a letter l'<'Ccived ent. Il. B. Thayer, of Wisconsin, who Ciacinnati, O.; supreme inner guard, Dr. quiring as to the duitlable character of at Bremen Emin Pash:i, says: "If I re- upheld the right of the state to keep the D. ,C.Ilarkwell, Chcyc·nnP, Wyo.; supreme graphophone cylinders, Assistant Secre· 1 turn in safety I will not tempt God by church out of the schools and the right outer gua,rd, John II. Thompson, Wash· ,' tary of the Treasury Tichenor has decid- further explorations." of co mpulsory education. His r eferences ington , D. C. ed that the cylinders occupy the same to tho J osuitlcal plans to organize poli· It has not been decided as yet where position in the transportation of corre· Countess Badine Arrested. tically against the Bennett lands in Wis- the next encampment will take place. · d ·d th h t f Lmrnos. July ll.-Countcss Badine, cousin brought forth applause. The dis- althollgh Ho<ton has n strong pull and ~ ' '~l~i~he~i!!sun~cat~o~1sc~;eo :r~ft':i~ u~~~ who ls chargod with having raused the cu slon of An:h·llishop Irelands paper will probably br dcciJ1•d on. Indit~napo· tl).at inserted cylinders should be tr~ated doa~J~ of. her ,<la.u~hter, ,!!;~?d. ,twelve was long and spirited. Professor Cooper, I !is, Kansas City and Sioux City are strong as ordinary mail matter. · yealti, ha, been :i.nr.,tcd at Ille tc. of Texas, argued iigainst compulsory competitors. · N M .. t F Ch .li I An Anarchist Sentenced. education but he stood aloae. All other A grand dist,ln.Y of fireworks wa; given I ew inis er rom 1 • L · .. 1 J I· 11 1'1 t "'i f th · I f d ·t 'rl · t· 1 · I I ti d ' f WAsmNGTOs, July 11.-Tho newly .. ~'.n .~Jc', .• " ,). .- . 1e r1,1." o c .an - spca rnrs nvoro 1 . ie assoc1a 10n ast nig 1t, ant 11.• grnn concur. o accredited eil\'oy extraordinary and,mln· atch1sts how I?sulteu in H 111hold b(lmg met in sections in the afternoon and dis· bands today will bring tht• ent·:impmont lstcr plenipotentiary to the United Sta.tes sentl!ltcPtl to ~ix yt>ars. The ol11cr .three cussed tho routinu work of the different to a close. Nearly half the' knighLs have fro.m Chili. Senor Don Pnideru:io .Lo~!I~ -Lwo men 11ud 11 wo111ttn-werc act1 uittcd. department~ of 9cJtw!J>Lion... !!-h'P.adv Jen for their ho.!:!•!,. No. 63. DRINK PURE ORANGE CIDER, Prepared by W. S. CARPENTER & CO., Wholesale afld 'fletan, 1109 West Third St. ALSO SODA ICE CRBA1\l ..:\ND Con£ectlonery, Cigars, .Ute. STRAW HATS c:>f an J<il"d& at S. B. WILLIAMS, 1, NOR1'H MAIN STRJJ.BT. THE WEST SIDE Bnildin[ Association 1033 WEST THIRD STREET. Open Monday evening, and Saturday afternoon and evening. Now issuing paid up stock which pays a semi-annual dividend of 7%. Samuel L. Herr Pres J 1 p ' ' . 0. atterson, Sec. and Atty, James W. Booth, 'l'reas. F. M. NIPCEN, Dealer :U1 DRUGS, MEDJCINES. Physicians' prescriptions carefully com· pounded. S.W. Cor. Fifth and Williams Sts . WM. TOMPERT, DEALER lN ALL KINDS OF I:'RESH & SALT MEATS 1107 West Third Street, THE PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY. O:f:fioe a:n<l lJ'orks 1Z.'J11Vos1' 'l'Ji.lr<l. Do all Kinds of Laundl'y Work in First· Class Style. Goods Called for and Dcli\'erecl F1·ee. J. R. BLAGG . & SON. Go to the EMPIRE BAKERY For yom Fresh Home-f..facle Bread. Cakes and Pies Constantly On Hanel. WILLIAN'I TUMER, P~OPRIETOR 1886 lVest Tl1lrd Streot, GO TO W. 0. HORRELL. Stall No. 2 Central Market for best quality of MUTTONS, BEE.F LAMB, ancJ VEAL, PORK. JOHN M. NUTT, Attorney at Law. Roo1us, 1 & !? Utilu>s TJ11/Jdl11:.;·. Res. 307 S. Summit St. s. w. POTTERF, DEALER IN FINE HAVANA CIGARS, Auel All Rinds of •.robacco. 1140 WEST THIRD STREET. FAUVER & CONGDON, 413 East Fifth Street. PLUi'IIEERS, GAS and STEAi'II FITTERS Get our prices on Water and Gas Pipes, Telephone li40. Congdou•s Residence, 110 S. \Villla.ms SL.
|Masthead||Evening Item 1890-07-11|
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|Description||A daily newspaper published by the Wright Brothers, as Wright & Wright Printers. The newspaper focused on world events. The Evening Item, no. 1-78 (Apr. 30, 1890-July 30, 1890). The originals can be found in MS-001 Wright Brothers Collection, Dayton Metro Library|
Wright, Orville, 1871-1948
Wright, Wilbur, 1867-1912
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THE EVENING ITEM.
Vol. I. DAYTON, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1890.
The Lr.wyer Knocked Out.
.,,THE SILVER BILL
·Passed By the Senate
I ano, was p;·c.<<'nr.0 0 w tfl;; pr<•~l.:cmt. /
The prr,id<•nl re<·eivcd him with a few
titting n•JJ1ark, a,nd the u 'ual formalities
w<>re gone tltrough with. Owing to the
abscncl' from the city of ~Ir. Blaine, the
presentation was made by acting ·ccre·
tary Alvey A. Adell.
Of a Large Excursion
Reprc5ent~tive Mason tells a "court
yarn," the incidents of which occurred
while l:ic was au attorney in Iowu. ?.la·
son appeared as c·uuu~-;,1 for the defend:.
rnt. While cairazed in delivering
bis argument an olu countryman entered
the court am! took a seat next to
the panel of jurors. Mason naturally
directed his attention frequently to tb6
furthest man from him, ns he thought,
in the jury. This happcuetl to be the
venerable man fro111 the country. Glar·
"ON A PARTY VOTE OF 89 YEAS
AND 26 NAYS.
Senator Plumb Thinks It Will Give l1•
Twice as Much Silver as We Now Get
··Senator Vance Said the Lamb Was
· Inside the Lion··General Washington
WASHINGTON, July 11.-Aftcr Sena.tor
' Morgau's long speech in opposition to
· the. C